In the end, for Brohm to have perennial success, he needs to fill the rosters with young players that develop and build a culture. From my understanding, that’s not what is happening at Purdue. But, based on the first two years, I wouldn’t argue that he won’t be successful. I would argue that he will leave Purdue and take a better job and the team will lose the graduate transfer pipeline.I agree with everything in the first part. I don't get the weird hate for Brohm. He is set to have better teams/seasons in his first 2 years on the job than any Illinois coach has accomplished since the Rose Bowl year. I'd say there's a much better chance of him building a perennially good team at Purdue than Lovie building one at Illinois, and I don't see how anyone could argue otherwise with any legitimate data or evidence.